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    Prepared by D. El-Hoss

    IGCSE Accounting

    Multiple Choice

    All questions are the copyright of Cambridge International Examination Board.

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    1 What is the purpose of accounting? Answer: C. to prepare the financial statements of the business 2 Answer: A. when it can be compared with information for other periods 3 Answer: D. to record the financial transactions of the business 4

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    Answer: A. $50 5 Answer: A. to calculate Arjun’s trade payables payment period 6 Answer: B. debit note 7 Answer: A. credit entry of $1600

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    8 Answer: C. debit side of the purchases ledger control account 9 Answer: D. $2300 10

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    Answer: A. $24 000 11 Answer: C. reliability 12 Answer: A. It checks the arithmetical accuracy of the double entry. 13

    Answer: C. It is prepared to look for errors in the cash book and the bank statement.

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    14 Answer: C. $17 15

    Answer: B. They carry a fixed rate of interest. 16 Answer: C. sales ledger control account

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    17 Answer: C. $700 18 Answer: D. $18 000 19 Answer: D. its shareholders

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    20 Answer: A. 21 Answer: A. gross profit measured as a percentage of cost of sales 22 Answer: B. to check if the trader would be able to repay a loan

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    23 Answer: A. commission 24 Answer: C. 25

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    Answer: B. 1 and 3 26 Answer: B. $476 000 27 Answer: C. original entry

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    28 Answer: B. Bad debts are deducted from trade receivables before the provision for doubtful debts is calculated. 29 Answer: A. $102 30 Answer: A. to account for the revenues and costs of a period

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    31 Answer: C. $2350 32 Answer: B.

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    33 Answer: D. $17 350 34 Answer: D. $2300

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    35 Answer: D. to provide a calculation of profit 36 Answer: C. $700 37 Answer: C. on the debit side of the purchases ledger control account

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    38 Answer: C. 2 and 3 39 Answer: C. 40

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    Answer: A. profit is overstated 41 Answer: D. retained earnings 42 Answer: B. $3900

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    43 Answer: B. $4286 44 Answer: A. when it affects business decisions 45 Answer: C. a cheque which Jack has issued to a supplier who has not banked it

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    46 Answer: D. $8100 47 Answer: A. $979 48

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    Answer: A. 49 Answer: B. $11 500 50 Answer: B. closing trade receivables + cash received + discount allowed

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    51 Answer: B. Harpreet has overpaid his account. 52 Answer: D. 3 only 53

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    Answer: C. $10 300 54 Answer: C. going concern 55 Answer: D. 45.00%

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    Answer: B. relevance 57 Answer: D. interest charged on late payment 58 Answer: B. Fewer entries are needed in the sales and purchases accounts. 59 Answer: B discount received

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    60 Answer: D. understated $240